The population of Amazonia now numbers less than one person to the square mile.
And that is the passage that the Queen of Amazonia maketh to be kept.
Mr. Bates remarks that the tapir, though often kept tame in Amazonia by the Indians, never breeds.
The Mundurucus are the most numerous and warlike tribe in Amazonia.
It need not be said that the nuts of the Bertholletia form one of the commercial staples of Amazonia.
Amongst these, as amongst the Moxo and so many other riverine tribes in Amazonia, a slow transformation is in progress.
Beside the land of Chaldea is the land of Amazonia, that is the land of Feminye.
The aboriginal of Amazonia, crouching in his canoe, has pierced this water-land of wonders.
Amazonia, like Australia, is poor in terrestrial mammals, and the species are of small size.
Mme. Coudreau was in the service of Amazonia, in the capacity of official explorer, from 1899 to 1906.